197 - Eclectic

Eclectic : Adj

  1. not following one style or set of ideas but choosing from or using a wide variety (Oxford)

2. Methods, beliefs, ideas, etc. that are eclectic combine whatever seem the best or most useful things from many different areas or systems, rather than following a single system (Cambridge)

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Sentence (s)

  1. She has very eclectic tastes in literature. (Oxford)
  2. His house is an eclectic mixture of the antique and the modern. (Oxford)

Phrases & Connected Words

  • eclectic tastes in literature
  • an eclectic mixture of the antique and the modern

Synonym(s)

  1. Broad
  2. Diverse

Antonym(s)

  1. Similar
  2. Narrow

Word Family

  1. Eclectically